Cape Elizabeth resident Robert Lee and his daughter, Caitlin, are among the first customers Friday, Nov. 29, at the 51st annual South Portland-Cape Elizabeth Rotary Club Christmas Tree sale in Mill Creek Park. The Lees left with two wreaths and a promise to return to look at trees.
Scarborough residents Tor de Vries and his son, Aiden, try their skill at Stroutwood Puzzles during the annual Home for the Holidays Craft Show sponsored by the Society of Southern Maine Craftsmen on Friday, Nov. 29, at Scarborough High School.
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